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Road user behaviour and attitudes in and around Luas tram intersections/junctions

Study Information

Thank you for accessing this survey, which is being conducted by researchers from the School of Psychology, Trinity College Dublin.  The aim of the study is to improve road safety in and around Luas tram intersections/junctions in Dublin.  This questionnaire examines road user (drivers, bike riders) behaviour and attitudes, and  will take between 15-20 minutes to complete.  The answers that you provide will help us to gain a better understanding of what road users do and why they behave in this way when they are interacting with the Luas system.

Our goal is to find out what road users do generally, so we will not be focusing on your performance as an individual.  Therefore, there is no need to worry about projecting a "good" image as you complete the questionnaire.  All of the information that you provide will remain CONFIDENTIAL.  All results will be stored securely in the School of Psychology, Trinity College Dublin.  Only the researchers listed below will have access to these records.  You can withdraw from this study at any time while you are completing the questionnaire.  Since you will not be asked to provide your name or address, your identity will remain ANONYMOUS.  Your rights under the Freedom of Information Act (1997) are guaranteed.  

If you have any questions about the project at this stage please contact one of these researchers, who are all based in the Centre for Innovative Human Systems (CIHS), School of Psychology, Trinity College, Dublin2.

Dr. Siobhán Corrigan. Email: Tel: (01) 896 2605. 

Dr. Margaret Ryan. Email: (01) 896 4204.   

Dr. Nora Balfe. Email: (01)  896 3576.

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